Turn Bluetooth on or off, scan and connect to other Bluetooth devices, and unpair a connected device.
INSTRUCTIONS & INFO
Bluetooth is a wireless technology that allows your phone to communicate with other Bluetooth enabled devices within 5-10 feet of each other. Bluetooth is often used for wireless headsets or to transfer media between devices. To optimize battery life, turn Bluetooth off when not in use.
From the home screen, tap Apps.
Swipe to, then tap Settings.
Tap the Bluetooth switch to turn Bluetooth on and off.
If the desired device is not discovered, tap Scan to scan for more devices.
Tap the desired device to pair. Note: If prompted, you may need to enter a passkey to pair the devices.
To unpair the device, or adjust settings, tap the Settings icon.
Tap Unpair to unpair the devices.
When Bluetooth is paired, the Bluetooth Paired icon will be displayed in the notifications bar.
To quickly enable or disable Bluetooth, swipe down from the top of the screen.
Tap Bluetooth to enable and disable Bluetooth.
When Bluetooth is enabled but no device is paired, the Bluetooth icon will be displayed in the notifications bar.